When I rented this movie, the premise sounded very compelling. The more the movie played out, however, the more difficult it became to accept. Most of the movie was so slow moving that it gave me time to wonder:
Why they would go to the trouble of recreating a "treasured moment" when they seemed to have the real thing already on video?
What would a persons eternity be like reliving a single moment over and over?
Many memories become golden by years of reflection. Even more damaging, if a person's memory was wiped clean of everything except their chosen moment, the moment itself wouldn't be worth reliving once let alone an infinite number of times with no memory of what led up to that point. (The movie comes close, perhaps, to defining a type of hell.)
Technically, the acting was mostly only marginally good and the direction seemed very uninspiring. The English subtitles, fortunately, were of very good contrast and easy to read.
The IDEA of the movie gave my wife and I something to discuss. It is for that reason I gave it two stars instead of one. But we could have had just as good a discussion by merely having read the description on the DVD box without having to waste over 90 minutes viewing this very slow movie that, I feel, could have been MUCH better.